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Gender MALE
Industry Law
Occupation Consultant
Location Tucson/Aptos, AZ/CA, U.S. Outlying Islands
Introduction I am a retired professor of law at the University of Arizona. In the late 1980s I became interested in technology in the courtroom. Over the next two decades I worked with many state and federal courts on electronic document management and presentation in the courtroom. I developed the courtroom of the future project at the University of Arizona which became the model for much of the modern electronic courtroom. In recent years, I have focused on how technology can support the work/life balance that has become so important to young lawyers. At the same time I have become focused on the dramatic change that modern technology has brought to the practice of law. I believe that tomorrow's law firm will be a slimmer, more focused and less expensive enterprise. It will serve clients in ways that we can only imagine at the moment. But, that change is upon us now and I am committed to expedite it in whatever way I can. I came to this interest through my experience in litigation. Once it became apparent to me how much of the middle class was shut out from having their disputes resolved in expensively I began to explore alternatives both in and out of the courtroom.
Interests My major professional interest is supporting the development of virtual law firms.
Favorite Movies A Man and A Woman, Moneyball
Favorite Music Theme from A Man and A Woman
Favorite Books The End of Lawyers